2018 AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT RESEARCH TRAINING PROGRAM (RTP) STIPEND SCHOLARSHIPS:
$27,082 TAX FREE PLUS TOP UP TRAVEL ALLOWANCE $10 000

Multiple projects now available for domestic and international student graduates in the field of planetary science, for undergraduates with backgrounds in geology, astronomy, engineering, computer science, maths, physics.

APPLICATION DEADLINE SEPTEMBER 21ST

Visit scholarships.curtin.edu.au/scholarships for information, eligibility and to apply.

Research Themes
Curtin Planetary has world class strengths in a number of areas: the impact history of the solar system, impact modelling, and impact geology; analysis of meteorites to constrain solar system origins; the geological history of Mars and the Moon; and the Desert Fireball Network, which is the worlds largest planetary observational facility. Our engineers find applied solutions in support of pure research across all of these areas.

For more information visit fireballsinthesky.com.au/phd-projects

Any questions, contact planetary@curtin.edu.au

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Posted by: Soderman/SSERVI Staff
Source: SSERVI Team/Curtin U.

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